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3 Operational Problems You May Not Realize Are Related to Water Treatment

Posted by Dan Lodge on Aug 9, 2017 11:00:00 AM

Operating process water systems involves managing many factors to ensure that your operating goals are achieved in the most technically and financially efficient method possible.  The heat transfer fluid (water) itself provides a number of those factors, including how well the water is treated for the specific application.  In fact, you may not realize the full impact that water treatment has on achieving your goals.  Following are the top three problems that you may not have realized were related to water treatment.

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Topics: Water Management

Back to Basics: Understanding Your Water Treatment Report

Posted by Luke Bobel on Sep 6, 2016 11:14:30 AM

As we enter September and the first week of school for many, it’s a great time to talk about report cards. Teachers use report cards to evaluate a student’s overall performance, and to communicate with parents regarding their progress.  Much like a report card, your water treatment report summarizes the status of your systems, the work performed on-site, and most importantly, it looks to improve your system’s overall performance by highlighting areas in need of attention.  Through working with your water treatment expert to maintain results, rectify existing system issues, and prevent future equipment failures, you are ensuring the long term success of your water management program and ultimately extending the lifespan of your facility’s infrastructure.

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Topics: Water Management

The Rising Costs of Water

Posted by Mathew Bonarek on Aug 9, 2016 9:51:15 AM

The value of water is often overlooked and taken for granted due to its abundance. Although water makes up 70% of our planet, only 2.5% of this is fresh water, and of this scarce supply, less than 1% is freely available in non-glacial forms. The demand for water grows in parallel to the competition for access to clean potable water. Meanwhile, failing infrastructures, combined with a continuous increase in our global population and decreasing supply of groundwater, are driving up the costs of water. Consequently, water pricing for both the industrial and residential sectors are on the rise and as a result, our sustainability hangs in the balance.

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Topics: Water Management

Big Data in Water Treatment: Challenges & Opportunities

Posted by Peter Miller on Apr 26, 2016 11:13:30 AM

The Power of Data

Modern steam and cooling plants have objectives that go beyond the primary goal of producing heating and cooling reliably.  Within the context of business, the goal is to also achieve the Least Cost Operating Scenario (LCOS).

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Topics: Water Management

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